Once the power plant that provided Philips with energy, nowadays Strijp-T is a breeding ground for design and innovation. Here you will find the makers. In recent years, the impressive post-war buildings, with their characteristic industrial appearance, have been optimized for sustainable businesses. Among others, the most innovative company in the Netherlands VanBerlo and global player in the field of 3D metal printing Additive Industries have moved in. Strijp-T is adjacent to Strijp-S, a train station and 25 hectares of green with the highway and Eindhoven Airport just around the corner.
Strijp-R is located within a stone’s throw of Strijp-T. At Strijp-R you will find the RK-complex, the former ceramic workshop of Philips, where radios and televisions were made decades ago. It is one of the few buildings that remained on Strijp-R after the departure of the electronics giant. Nowadays you can find the workshop and showroom of world-famous designer Piet Hein Eek here, next to other creative companies and design studios.